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Longtime supporter will no longer donate to ASU after "deceitful" bidding process

Longtime supporter will no longer donate to ASU after "deceitful" bidding process

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A longtime donor to A-State, Mark Fowler, has announced he will no longer donate to the school after he said he felt deceived by the Red Wolves Foundation during a bidding process.

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A-State to host first Eating Disorders Awareness Week

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National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is Feb. 26 to March 4 and for the first time Arkansas State University is hosting a week’s worth of a…

Simms released from A-State basketball team

Simms released from A-State basketball team

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Senior guard Deven Simms was released on Saturday from the Arkansas State Men’s basketball team after failing to meet the standards of “brothe…

Hutchinson calls for a tuition freeze

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In a letter sent in early January to four-year Arkansas colleges and universities, Governor Asa Hutchinson requested the schools “freeze” thei…

A-State announces 2017 Fall Chancellor’s, Dean’s Lists

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Students on the Chancellor’s and Dean’s Lists for fall 2017 at Arkansas State University have been announced. Combined, the group numbers 2,24…

Campus Crime Jan. 31

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A-State plans Black History Month Activities

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The Multicultural Center at Arkansas State University will host the kick-off for the annual Black History Month observance from 11 a.m. to 1 p…

State Supreme Court dismisses ASU lawsuit

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Last week the Arkansas Supreme Court dismissed a case made against Arkansas State University by a former student. The decision reversed a lowe…

Over $100K raised at annual telethon

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A telethon held on A-State campus Sunday raised $112,254 on KAIT’s NBC cable Channel 5. The annual telethon held by United Cerebral Palsy of N…

Rep. Gray visits A-State to discuss tax plans, student loan debt

Rep. Gray visits A-State to discuss tax plans, student loan debt

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Rep. Michael John Gray visited the A-State campus to meet with students from The Herald and Delta Digital News Service. During his visit, Gray…

Campus Crime - Week of 11/15/17

Campus Crime - Week of 11/15/17

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Advising center recognizes outstanding advisers

Advising center recognizes outstanding advisers

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Academic advising is a driving force of many universities that often goes unlooked.To raise awareness of the hard work that advisers do, the W…

Campus Crime - Week of 11/8/17

Campus Crime - Week of 11/8/17

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Campus Crime is compiled from weekly reports from the University Police Departmental logs.Nov. 3, 20175:39 p.m.—University Police caught an 18…

Sexual assault reported on campus

Sexual assault reported on campus

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Following an announcement from Arkansas State University last Friday that three individuals had alleged dating violence and sexual assault aga…

Campus Crime - Week of 11/1/17

Campus Crime - Week of 11/1/17

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Campus Crime is compiled from weekly reports from the University Police Departmental logs.Oct. 26, 20179:45 a.m.—Officers were dispatched to t…

Campus Crime - Week of 10/25/17

Campus Crime - Week of 10/25/17

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Campus Crime is compiled from weekly reports from the University Police Departmental logs.Oct. 19, 20177:05 p.m.—Mark Anthony Grubb, a 49-year…

Loyd honored at banquet to celebrate National Business Women’s Week

Loyd honored at banquet to celebrate National Business Women’s Week

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The A-State Business and Professional Women (BPW) student organization kicked of National Business Women’s Week by honoring Kathy Loyd with “W…

Incident in Student Union raises questions about free speech zones

Incident in Student Union raises questions about free speech zones

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Controversy surrounded an upstart political organization last Wednesday, as students and the local representative from Turning Point USA were …

Meet the Vaughn Professorship Recipients: Argelia Lorence

Meet the Vaughn Professorship Recipients: Argelia Lorence

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Argelia Lorence, professor of metabolic engineering, received the first Vaughn Endowed Professorship in the College of Sciences and Mathematic…

A-State MPA students participate in “Take Me To The River: Live” hosted by Delta State

A-State MPA students participate in “Take Me To The River: Live” hosted by Delta State

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Students from Arkansas State’s Master of Public Administration program traveled to Delta State University to learn about the importance of com…